Оползни в Китае убили более тысячи человек

12 Августа 2010, 12:52

Проливные дожди и оползни на северо-западе Китая унесли жизни 1117 человек, еще 627 считаются пропавшими.

Chinese rescuers search for survivors in debris after a deadly flood-triggered landslide hit Zhouqu, in northwest China's Gansu province on August 9, 2010. Rescuers in northwest China on August 10 battled on with the grim task of searching for over 1,100 people missing in huge mudslides that have killed 337, but hopes faded that many would be saved. TOPSHOTS CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Relatives grieve the loss of a loved one just pulled out from the mud resulting from the devastating landslide in Zhouqu on August 10, 2010 in northwest China's Gansu province. Rescuers in northwest China on August 10 battled on with the grim task of searching for over 1,100 people missing in huge mudslides that have killed 337, but hopes faded that many would be saved. At least three villages were levelled by an avalanche of mud and rocks triggered by heavy rains Saturday in a remote area of Gansu province, the latest deadly disaster as China battles its worst flooding in a decade. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWN
Rescuers and survivors gather as search operations continue after a deadly flood-triggered landslide hit Zhouqu, causing flooding in northwest China's Gansu province on August 8, 2010. Soldiers and rescuers battled on August 9 through an avalanche of sludge and debris as they raced to find survivors of mudslides that killed at least 127 people and left 1,300 missing in northwest China. TOPSHOTS CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Militay personnel evacuate residents amid the rubble of landslide devastation as rescue efforts continue in Zhouqu on August 11, 2010 in northwest China's Gansu province. Hopes of finding survivors of China's worst mudslides in decades is fading as the death toll topped 700, with more than 1,000 people still missing under an avalanche of rock and sludge. More than 10,000 soldiers and rescuers combed through the mountains of mud that buried a remote area of the northwest province of Gansu at the weekend, but 72 hours after the disaster, the window of survival was quickly closing. AFP PHOTO/Frederic J. BROWN
A surviving resident reacts to her surroundings amid the rubble of landslide devastation in Zhouqu on August 11, 2010 in northwest China's Gansu province. Hopes of finding survivors of China's worst mudslides in decades is fading as the death toll topped 700, with more than 1,000 people still missing under an avalanche of rock and sludge. More than 10,000 soldiers and rescuers combed through the mountains of mud that buried a remote area of the northwest province of Gansu at the weekend, but 72 hours after the disaster, the window of survival was quickly closing. AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWN
Military personnel sit while awaiting further instructions for rescue and cleanup operations behind a dead body covered in blankets amid the rubble of landslide devastation in Zhouqu on August 11, 2010 in northwest China's Gansu province. Hopes of finding survivors of China's worst mudslides in decades is fading as the death toll topped 700,with more than 1,000 people still missing under an avalanche of rock and sludge. More than 10,000 soldiers and rescuers combed through the mountains of mud that buried a remote area of the northwest province of Gansu at the weekend, but 72 hours after the disaster, the window of survival was quickly closing. AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWN
Military personnel on clean-up operations work beside a demolished building amid the rubble of landslide devastation in Zhouqu on August 11, 2010 in northwest China's Gansu province. Hopes of finding survivors of China's worst mudslides in decades is fading as the death toll topped 700, with more than 1,000 people still missing under an avalanche of rock and sludge. More than 10,000 soldiers and rescuers combed through the mountains of mud that buried a remote area of the northwest province of Gansu at the weekend, but 72 hours after the disaster, the window of survival was quickly closing. AFP PHOTO/Frederic J. BROWN
Military personnel carry a dead body recovered amid the rubble of landslide devastation to an outdoor temporary morgue as rescue and cleanup operations continue in Zhouqu on August 11, 2010 in northwest China's Gansu province. Hopes of finding survivors of China's worst mudslides in decades is fading as the death toll topped 700, with more than 1,000 people still missing under an avalanche of rock and sludge. More than 10,000 soldiers and rescuers combed through the mountains of mud that buried a remote area of the northwest province of Gansu at the weekend, but 72 hours after the disaster, the window of survival was quickly closing. AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWN
A woman offers a child something to eat amid the rubble of landslide devastation as rescue and clean-up operations continue in Zhouqu on August 11, 2010 in northwest China's Gansu province. Hopes of finding survivors of China's worst mudslides in decades is fading as the death toll topped 700, with more than 1,000 people still missing under an avalanche of rock and sludge. More than 10,000 soldiers and rescuers combed through the mountains of mud that buried a remote area of the northwest province of Gansu at the weekend, but 72 hours after the disaster, the window of survival was quickly closing. AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWN
Hundreds of Chinese military personnel help with rescue and cleanup operations amid the rubble of landslide devastation in Zhouqu on August 11, 2010 in northwest China's Gansu province. Hopes of finding survivors of China's worst mudslides in decades is fading as the death toll topped 700, with more than 1,000 people still missing under an avalanche of rock and sludge. More than 10,000 soldiers and rescuers combed through the mountains of mud that buried a remote area of the northwest province of Gansu at the weekend, but 72 hours after the disaster, the window of survival was quickly closing. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/Frederic J. BROWN
A woman cries over the dead body of her child wapped in blankets amid the rubble of landslide devastation in Zhouqu on August 11, 2010 in northwest China's Gansu province. Hopes of finding survivors of China's worst mudslides in decades is fading as the death toll topped 700, with more than 1,000 people still missing under an avalanche of rock and sludge. More than 10,000 soldiers and rescuers combed through the mountains of mud that buried a remote area of the northwest province of Gansu at the weekend, but 72 hours after the disaster, the window of survival was quickly closing. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/Frederic J. BROWN
Chinese rescuers continue to search for survivors in Zhouqu, northwest China's Gansu province on August 11, 2010. Fresh heavy rains brought more misery to a town in northwest China devastated by mudslides that have already killed more than 1,100, with new floods leaving more people missing. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
A Chinese woman stands inside a damaged building after the massive landslide in Zhouqu, northwest China's Gansu province on August 11, 2010. Fresh heavy rains brought more misery to a town in northwest China devastated by mudslides that have already killed more than 1,100, with new floods leaving more people missing. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Chinese rescuers continue to search for survivors in Zhouqu, northwest China's Gansu province on August 11, 2010. Fresh heavy rains brought more misery to a town in northwest China devastated by mudslides that have already killed more than 1,100, with new floods leaving more people missing. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
A Chinese woman cries among the rubble as rescuers and survivors rest after the massive landslide in Zhouqu, northwest China's Gansu province on August 11, 2010. Fresh heavy rains brought more misery to a town in northwest China devastated by mudslides that have already killed more than 1,100, with new floods leaving more people missing. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
A Chinese woman cries among the rubble as rescuers take a break after the massive landslide in Zhouqu, northwest China's Gansu province on August 11, 2010. Fresh heavy rains brought more misery to a town in northwest China devastated by mudslides that have already killed more than 1,100, with new floods leaving more people missing. TOPSHOTS CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO

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